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Amazon Singapore Jobs $40/Hour

Job Details:

  1. Post Name: HR Partner, ICC HR
  2. Company Name: Amazon
  3. Industry: Private
  4. Employment type: Full Time
  5. Work Hours: 8 Hours
  6. Address: Singapore 049481
  7. Expected Salary: SGD 35 To SGD 40 Per Hour
  8. Qualification: Master’s Degree in Human Resources Management

Job Summary

Amazon Singapore Jobs $40/Hour, Our HR Partners are known for their knowledge of HR programs, processes, and tools. They act as an HR consultant to clients (mainly front-line people managers) to create a positive employee experience, offering consistent HR advice on people matters.

They operate and are seen as subject matter experts, having sound knowledge of company and local programs, processes, and policies, offering a strong and compelling point of view around HR-related matters, thus building credibility.

They are committed to collaboration with multiple HR Business Partners, HR specialists, and people managers across various businesses.

A key area of focus for the HRP is to increase manager capability, which should enable them to be more self-sufficient and drive manager education on important people programs, policies, tools, and processes. Whilst doing this, the HRPs are continuously raising the bar on harmonizing practice across geography and sharing best practices.

The HRP will act as an influential partner in helping managers with talent management processes, performance management, people development, and implementation of organizational changes.

Thanks to their visibility across businesses and their access to data on managers’ and employees’ requests, HRPs are in a position to spot trends, identify emerging needs, and address them with innovative people programs, tools, and processes.

HRPs own support that is Amazon-wide or Geo-related (i.e. Site, Country, Region, etc.), if a topic is Business or Steam specific it defaults to the HRBP.

In critical cases (high risk, exposure, alarming trend, senior management involved) the HRP applies sound judgment when informed and involved in the HRBP.

Below is not an exhaustive list of all work HRPs are responsible for, HRPs should apply good judgment, ownership, and collaboration when requests for support are made.

Compensation Management

  • Coach, train, and guide managers during the annual compensation process
  • Provide advice on queries related to understanding and communicating compensation, consulting with Compensation Consultant where needed
  • Own and execute legislative compensation changes (min wage changes)
  • Provide guidance on exception requests related to off/on cycle changes (job code from IC to Mgr, promotions) consulting with HRBPs who own exception approvals

Employee Relations

  • Maintain the fair and consistent treatment of employees by conducting investigations and disciplinaries where complaints or misconduct arise excluding cases that relate to harassment and discrimination (these are owned by ER)
  • Log and report all cases in Exact, draft and provide all written communication where applicable (outcome letters/communications)
  • Consult with the ER and Legal departments and HRBP where needed (cases of high risk, or where the outcome may be dismissal)

Onboarding / Off Boarding / Site Management

  • Support the design, delivery, and improvement of our onboarding proposition and programs in the region/country/state or site, in order to guarantee a positive Day 1 employee experience
  • Act as the site point of contact (POC) on topics such as local HR processes and compliance

Organizational Design

  • Provide expert guidance in cases of a reduction in force
  • Educate and guide managers on job code and fit queries
  • Performance Management – Manage the end-to-end process of performance management (including all Focus and Pivot cases)
  • Provide expert guidance and support to managers who have identified low performance to ensure employees are managed fairly and effectively
  • Analyze data and trends on performance management, in order to provide input to the business or HRBP, preventing the recurrence of known issues
  • Policies and Practices – Review and consult with legal on local policies and processes in order to ensure that they are fit for the purpose
  • Consult managers on people matters that require in-depth knowledge of policies, procedures, and local legislation
  • Partner with HR Services (HRS) to ensure that people transactions are processed timely and processes are continuously reviewed, improved, and streamlined
  • Analyze data and observations across the region/country/site, highlighting trends and recommending/driving solutions, as appropriate

Talent Management

  • Coach, train, and guide managers during the annual talent management process
  • Support managers and employees in identifying training opportunities to further develop functional and managerial skills
  • Support people managers with career conversations, Development Plans/Career Growth Plans, and other development initiatives


  • A Master’s Degree in Human Resources Management or a related field is preferred.
  • The candidate should have at least 5 years of industry experience with broad knowledge and experience in human resource management.
  • Should have partnered with business leaders in a highly complex and dynamic business setting.
  • should be able to communicate effectively and have cross-cultural awareness and sensitivities


  • Ability to influence and partner with different levels of the organization to achieve results
  • Strong business and HR acumen, including strong problem-solving skills, critical thinking, and self-initiative
  • Demonstrated ability to coach managers and supervisors to use company best practices for maximum effectiveness
  • Excellent written, verbal communication, and interpersonal skills; high-quality document and report preparation
  • Excellent presentation skills and knowledge of employment laws
  • Experience working in an entrepreneurial environment requiring strong multi-tasking abilities
  • Experience in supporting managers in a regional setting, including but not limited to Korea, Vietnam, Thailand, etc.